Social Media Outcry: Calls for Justice Surrounding Mohbad’s Tragic Death, Allegations Against Marlian Music

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CalabarIn the wake of the tragic death of Nigerian music artist Mohbad, social media platforms are ablaze with calls for justice and allegations against the record label Marlian Music. Mohbad, whose real name was Ilerioluwa Oladimeji, passed away under circumstances that have raised questions and ignited outrage among his fans and the general public NEGROIDHAVEN can report.

The online conversations began with startling revelations and accusations against various figures associated with Marlian Music. One tweet alleges that Sam Larry, reportedly acting on behalf of Marlian label head Naira Marley, threatened a DJ for playing Seyi Vibes’ song in Zinoleesky’s presence. These allegations have led to a growing chorus of voices calling for a boycott of Marlian Music and questioning the ethics of its members.

Furthermore, rumors of a conflict between Mohbad and Naira Marley over unpaid royalties have added fuel to the fire. It’s alleged that Mohbad was embroiled in a legal battle with Naira Marley to recover these unpaid earnings.

The hashtag #Justice4Mohbad has gained momentum on social media, with Nigerian students and music enthusiasts demanding answers about the circumstances surrounding Mohbad’s death. This hashtag is being used to call for transparency and investigations into the events leading up to his untimely passing.

International solidarity is also emerging, with people in the UK expressing their support for the cause with the hashtag #Justice4Mohbad.

As the online movement continues to grow, it remains to be seen whether it will lead to concrete actions or investigations into the allegations surrounding Mohbad’s death and the operations of Marlian Music.

The tragic loss of Mohbad has exposed a deep rift within the music industry, highlighting issues of artist exploitation, unpaid royalties, and allegations of harassment and intimidation. It has also shown the power of social media in amplifying the voices of those seeking justice and accountability.


EDITORIAL: The allegations mentioned in this article are based on social media posts and have not been independently verified.